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Need $400K 2nd position purchase money loan for an Assisted living facility in Maryland.

bank 1st of $2.7M; my equity of $500K; 100% asset coverage; negotiable on terms

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EPIC Corporation
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May 22, 2010
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Biz2Credit LLC
New York County, NY

For a assisted living facility loan, I recommend going to and completing a free financing request and getting matched with an SBA 7a lender. The system hosts a large network of SBA lenders that manage their general qualification criteria on the system. If you're not matched with an institution, the system will tell you what parameters you didn't meet and what you can do in the future to build your creditworthiness.

Hope this helps and good luck starting your business!
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Feb 15, 2010
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Denver County, CO

Let us know what you need specifically and we might be able to help you with funding.
Diana Hutcherson
Premier Funding
303-751-7855 or diana@dhbizsolutions

Jan 14, 2010
Patrick Parks
Ural Patrick Parks-ICG
"Helping Struggling Companies Thrive Everyday"
San Diego County, CA

Do you own any publicly traded stocks and or mutual funds you could use as collateral for the loan you require?

Jan 14, 2010
James Baxter
Baxter Lending
Austin County, TX

We can assist you with investment/loan, how much do you need? Send more information to me via

Dec 29, 2009

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